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  • Intel Plans for Mobile Processors ...

    After Intel announced its future plans for desktop processors, it announced its plans for the mobile market. This market will be at the center represented by the Tualatin processor, which is especially suitable for notebooks due to low power consumption (thanks to the new core).

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  • GF 2 MX 32MB vs GF2 MX400 64MB

    In the following comparison, the two MX models are tested, one against the other. Or is it negligible and not absolutely necessary? (There is no argument about the 128MB version :-)) Or is it worth investing a little?

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  • New design for AGP cards

    This is a fan in a new design for the agp cards, the fan cools the video card and is wrapped behind the card, and even contributes to sarcasm inside the case.

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  • 2.0 USB External Quick Burner

    The USB 2.0 connection (which is definitely starting to gain momentum) allows burning speeds unknown so far in external burners, x24 burning speeds and x10 rewriting, speeds that can be burned to 650MB in less than three minutes… The burner also features new Burn-Proof technology, which guarantees …

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  • Review of the Pentium 4 1.8Ghz

    One of the latest 4 Pentium 0.18 processors is tested in the next review. The processor is very similar to its predecessor (the Pentium 4 1.7Ghz), the processor is very similar in its performance,

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  • Computer Cleaning Guide ...

    A nice guide that explains how to physically clean your computer, so if dust is among your enemies (and if not…), check out this guide.

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  • Despite the fall in profits, processor reductions continue!

    Despite the news that the company will soon cease massive price reductions, xbitlabs has data on more downloads in the near future (towards the end of August) as part of this price reduction Pentium 4 1.8 Ghz dropped from 562 $ to 225 $ by the end of October… Price downloads are also expected for the processors…

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  • Windows XP - Makes a Laugh of itself ...

    Microsoft, Microsoft… Once again the company everyone loves to hate makes itself laugh. The solution was found by the German Techchannel website.

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  • Windows XP - What time?

    guess what? Another horror about Windows XP .. This time: The new operating system will not support the Java language invented by Sun and became very popular on websites and was a very serious competitor to Microsoft's ActiveX at the time. , The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) software is not included…

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  • Intel profits fall ...

    Intel's profit margins were lower than expectations and fell by 24% from the same quarter last year, AMD also expects lower-than-expected profits, as AMD's popularity rises ...

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  • How to fry the '4' overnight, while 4 seconds!?!

    Sounds easy? Explanation Knowledge Next ... Knowledge and Explanation

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  • Celeron processor price changes

    Intel's various Salron processors' prices dropped by between 7% -14%. It should be noted that even after a reduction, there was a big difference between the various Salron processors and AMD's Dioron processors at the same speed. This may have come as a reaction to the Dioron 1Ghz. Showing…

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  • Comparison of the largest fan in the mantor

    Finally, they published a comparison of their big fans. Go for a review!

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  • Pentium III retired in the second quarter of 2002 ...

    Yes, it was pretty obvious that would happen soon, the Pentium 3 would stop being manufactured somewhere in the second quarter of 2002, which it would replace with the sleazy Salron processors that with 0.13 Micron technology is expected to reach 2Ghz !!! Another possible replacement is of course the processor…

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  • Come on: GF2 128 MB SDRAM

    Here's something already funny, J Forces 2 MX400 which will have 128 megabytes of SDRAM memory, just remember - no J Forces 3 128 MB yet ...

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  • Celeron processor 1Ghz in the first quarter of 2002?

    According to the following news, Intel will advance the release of the 1Ghz Salaron processor to the market to stay in the fight with AMD who are already in 950Mhz with their newborn… The new Salaron will run in the 133Mhz FSB, which should give it a serious increase in performance and possibly competition.

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  • IE6 2512.1 download

    To download the new browser: click here

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  • Motherboards based on the new Intel I845 chip set out in mid-August

    These boards will come with the usual standard features today, and will support the new Pentium 4: PC133, SDramx4 agp slot1 cnr slotATA 1004 USB 1.0

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  • WIN XP - Scandals are chasing scandals! And this time ...

    I already thought I'd seen everything about Microsoft's new operating system, but that's really something new, according to the following article Microsoft will demand an additional payment (!?) for the option to play MP3 and DVD in their operating system ... 30 $

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  • Stop the price of Intel and AMD processors!

    The companies announced a sharp decline in their profits, and in order to stop this decline, the first step would be a halt in the cut in their processor prices (which was not small ...)

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  • First Details about DirectX 9

    The Inquirer website has been able to squeeze Microsoft's first details about the new Microsoft gaming system. The two biggest innovations in the new system are the inclusion of a new 64Bit color system (until now only 32Bit) and the new pixel shading system which should provide…

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  • New drivers for Logitech mice

    Remember when I criticized Logitech's mouse that the perfect drivers hadn't been updated in a good few months? So here, someone up there (Logitech ..) heard me, and released new drivers.

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  • Yamaha 40x20x10 - Review

    Do you also like the feeling that you have after you buy a new burner (Plextor 40x16x10, in my case) and not long after that a new and better burner (Yamaha 40x20x10, in this case ..)? …

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  • Ducking disks !!

    The crazy Japanese did it again .. :-) A Japanese company has created a product called "PMC CD-shredder", which is nothing but dragging discs! It supports CDR / RW / DVD and works in a very simple way: it just sabotages the disk's surface (probably just scratches it to death) so ...

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  • WesternDigital has released a crack of 100GB

    WesternDigital has announced a new, slim 100GB hard drive that rotates at 7200rpm. The drive uses 3 braces of 33MB, and is currently the only one that combines both morbid and high speed. Maxtor also has an 100GB hard drive, but it runs fast 5400rpm…

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